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  • Little Baby Bum Mary Had a Little Lamb

    Parragon Books

    Hardcover (Parragon, Oct. 3, 2017)
    If you love Little Baby Bum's record-breaking online videos, you'll adore this delightful board book of the well-loved rhyme, Mary Had a Little Lamb. Just press the button and sing along to this much-loved nursery rhyme tune, featuring favorite Little Baby Bum characters. As seen on YouTube!
  • Mary Had A Little Ham

    Margie Palatini, Guy Francis

    Paperback (Scholastic, Aug. 16, 2003)
    Stanley is a very handsome and talented pig. Mary knew that he was someone very special, "from his first oink". "Stanley was an actor. If fact, a regular little ham."
  • Mary Had a Little Lab

    Sue Fliess, Petros Bouloubasis

    eBook (Albert Whitman & Company, Nov. 5, 2018)
    Mary is an enterprising young inventor. She wants a pet, but it isn’t one she can easily buy…so she makes one with the Sheepinator! Mary’s pet sheep and her new invention make her popular with her classmates. But when she starts making sheep for her new friends, things go hilariously awry. Can Mary invent a way to fix this mess?
  • Mary Had A Little Lamb

    Sarah Josepha Hale

    eBook (, April 25, 2013)
    Digital Sheet Music of Mary Had A Little LambComposed by: Sarah Josepha HalePerformed by: Sarah Josepha Hale
  • Maury Had a Little Lamb

    Oke, Janette,

    Paperback (Bethany House, June 1, 2001)
    Shandy the lamb, rejected by his mother and the other ewes, is cared for by a young boy until he is big enough to try to rejoin the flock of sheep.
  • Mary Had a Little Lamb

    Carrie Smith

    Paperback (Newmark Learning, Jan. 1, 2010)
    Mary has to go to school. What will her little lamb do?
  • Mary Had a Little Lizard

    Kayla Harren

    eBook (Sky Pony, Sept. 5, 2017)
    A modern take on “Mary Had a Little Lamb” featuring hilarious antics as Lizard sneaks into Mary’s backpack and causes nothing but mayhem in her Kindergarten class. He eats someone’s lunch, makes a mess in the painting corner, and scares the teacher silly during story time before being sent to the principal’s office to wait for Mary's mom to pick him up. It’s no fun being alone. But when Mary finally comes home from school, Lizard knows he’ll always have his very best friend.Rendered in a combination of traditional and digital color, Mary Had a Little Lizard is a silly, satisfying celebration of new experiences and friendships that can never be broken.
  • Mary Had a Little Lamb


    Hardcover (Parragon Publishing, March 2, 2012)
  • Mary Had A Little Lamb

    Ann Schweninger

    Board book (Golden Books, Feb. 1, 1992)
    The classic Mother Goose rhyme, illustrated with bright, colorful drawings, is in an easy-to-hold, board book format.
  • Mary Had a Little Lamb

    Sarah Josepha Hale, Bruce McMillan

    Paperback (Scholastic, Sept. 1, 1992)
    A contemporary interpretation of the well-known nineteenth-century nursery rhyme about the school-going lamb, accompanied by color photographs, a sample exercise from McGuffey's reader, and a note on the history of the author and her famous rhyme
  • Mary Had a Little Lamb

    Janelle Bell-Martin

    language (Teacher Created Materials, July 15, 2011)
    Beginning readers will be delighted to see what Mary and her lamb do together in this sweetly illustrated version of the traditional song. The familiar song and simple text work in conjunction with the vibrant illustrations to provide readers with information they need to better understand the story and the content. Children will feel confident that they can follow, sing, and read along!
  • Mary Had a Little Lamb

    Kate Willis-Crowley

    Hardcover (Hachette Children's Group, June 1, 2011)
    Kate Willis-Crowley gives a special warmth and inventiveness to the familiar story of Mary's single-minded love for her lamb. This book also includes instructions for making your own special little lamb mask.